Great Beer

The following hours are as of Monday, April 13, 2020, and in accordance with the above order from the NC Governor's Office. As we learn more and/or things change we will do our best to update our website, Facebook Page, and Instagram Account.

TUE - 4 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
WED - 4 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
THU - 4 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
FRI - 4 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
SAT - 1 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
SUN - 1 pm to 5 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)

The time has come to pivot a bit

For the first time ever, and because the state of NC is allowing us, #FSBCo will be delivering beer to households within the 27203/27205 zip codes!

We will be delivering Great Beer for Great People on Saturdays. Orders for delivery must be placed AND paid for in person at the taproom, over the phone (336-610-3722), or via the online store

Some important info:
- $15 minimum order for delivery w/$5 delivery charge
- Delivery areas include Asheboro - Franklinville - Ramseur - Randleman - Seagrove
- We must make the delivery to a person (or we cannot leave in a bush, for example, for you to pick up after work)
- We will be checking IDs because we need to deliver to someone 21+ years old
- We can’t hand-off beer to an intoxicated person

If you choose to place an order online, choose Ship for the time being as the online store needs an update for delivery purposes.

Tip your delivery person! Please.

If you have any questions, please feel free to message us on Instagram/Facebook, call the taproom, or email [email protected] Cheers, and thank you!



Our mission at Four Saints Brewing Company is simple: Great Beer for Great People. We start with a high-quality beer. Our beer provides us the opportunity to help us grow our local economy, support meaningful organizations and charities, and create a place we would enjoy where hospitality matters and everyone feels welcome.

St. Luke

He is a patron saint of brewers because of his ability to mix various herbs together for medicines, just as they were for beer. His beer is a Honey Ginger Pale Ale Spring availability.

St. Wenceslaus

He is the patron saint of Czech brewers because he decreed death for hop exporters and/or thieves. His beer is a Bohemian Pilsener. Summer availability.

St. Augustine

He is a patron saint of beer and brewers because of his former life as a party animal. His beer is a Jalapeño Smoked Brown Ale. Autumn availability.

St. Nicholas

He is a patron saint of beer due to the traditions of giving fermented drinks as gifts. His beer is a Winter Warmer Christmas Ale. Winter Availability.

In 2008, Andrew and Amy met Joel and Kristen. Andrew and Joel began brewing beer together with two other friends, Jonathan and Pete. Once a month this group would gather to grill meat, brew beer, and imbibe. The garage conversations about opening a brewery in Asheboro began evolved from “someone should” to “we should” to “we are”. Through a few roadblocks and a couple of twists of fate, with determination and help from a lot of friends, because of the support of great people and a great community, Amy, Andrew, Kristen, and Joel opened Four Saints Brewing Company on May 6, 2015.

THE Short




  • Monday | Closed
  • Tuesday - 4 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
  • Wednesday - 4 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
  • Thursday - 4 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
  • Friday - 4 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
  • Saturday - 1 pm to 8 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)
  • Sunday - 1 pm to 5 pm (TO GO BEER/CIDER ONLY)


Brewing company
  • 218 South Fayetteville Street Asheboro, NC 27203
  • (336) 610-FSBC (3722)
Pet and Kid/Family Friendly. Snacks available. Food trucks sometimes; Check the Event Schedule. Great local eateries.

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Through high-quality beer, we will grow our business, support our employees and community, and become a successful and respected brewery in the North Carolina brewing industry.